Weekly litigation report — June 17, 2017

Interior Secretary Zinke Recommends Bears Ears Reduction Indian River County School Board responds to public outcry, but continues to ignore First Amendment California Supreme Court protects private property Class Action … ›

Freedom of contract at stake in a Supreme Court trio

In January, the Supreme Court granted certiorari and consolidated three cases to decide whether the National Labor Relations Act, which protects workers’ rights to engage in “concerted activities” for their … ›

Supreme Court should affirm federal efforts to stop class action abuse

Readers of this blog are likely no stranger to class action lawsuit abuse.  Egregious examples abound. Congress responded to that abuse in 2005 by enacting the Class Action Fairness Act, … ›

President's weekly report — April 1, 2016

Supreme Court member apologizes  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg today issued an apology today on behalf of all Justices, living and dead, who ever espoused the notion of a “living constitution.” … ›

Searching for an answer: Google petitions the Supreme Court

Last week, the Supreme Court issued its narrow decision in Tyson v. Bouaphakeo, allowing class certification in a case dependent on statistical sampling to prove liability in limited circumstances. PLF’s … ›

Supreme Court offers little clarification regarding statistical sampling

The Supreme Court receives dozens of class action related cert petitions every Term, and today’s decision in Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo is unlikely to stem the tide. The case arose … ›

President's weekly report — March 18, 2016

Lawsuit filed against Fish & Wildlife Service over illegal regulations When Congress passed the Endangered Species Act it set out two categories of species: those that were endangered and which … ›

Should courts replace trials with formulas for sake of convenience?

In this Federalist Society video, I discuss the Supreme Court case Tyson Foods Inc. v. Bouaphakeo––which the Court will hear today. In that case, a group of plaintiffs sued Tyson … ›

Class actions v. due process

In a case that will be heard next term, the Supreme Court will have to decide the limits of class action litigation.  In our amicus brief brief, PLF urges the … ›

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Weekly litigation report — June 17, 2017

Interior Secretary Zinke Recommends Bears Ears Reduction Indian River County School Board responds to public outcry, but continues to ignore First Amendment California Supreme Court protects private property Class Action … ›

Freedom of contract at stake in a Supreme Court trio

In January, the Supreme Court granted certiorari and consolidated three cases to decide whether the National Labor Relations Act, which protects workers’ rights to engage in “concerted activities” for their … ›

Supreme Court should affirm federal efforts to stop class action abuse

Readers of this blog are likely no stranger to class action lawsuit abuse.  Egregious examples abound. Congress responded to that abuse in 2005 by enacting the Class Action Fairness Act, … ›

President's weekly report — April 1, 2016

Supreme Court member apologizes  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg today issued an apology today on behalf of all Justices, living and dead, who ever espoused the notion of a “living constitution.” … ›

Searching for an answer: Google petitions the Supreme Court

Last week, the Supreme Court issued its narrow decision in Tyson v. Bouaphakeo, allowing class certification in a case dependent on statistical sampling to prove liability in limited circumstances. PLF’s … ›

Supreme Court offers little clarification regarding statistical sampling

The Supreme Court receives dozens of class action related cert petitions every Term, and today’s decision in Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo is unlikely to stem the tide. The case arose … ›

President's weekly report — March 18, 2016

Lawsuit filed against Fish & Wildlife Service over illegal regulations When Congress passed the Endangered Species Act it set out two categories of species: those that were endangered and which … ›

Should courts replace trials with formulas for sake of convenience?

In this Federalist Society video, I discuss the Supreme Court case Tyson Foods Inc. v. Bouaphakeo––which the Court will hear today. In that case, a group of plaintiffs sued Tyson … ›

Class actions v. due process

In a case that will be heard next term, the Supreme Court will have to decide the limits of class action litigation.  In our amicus brief brief, PLF urges the … ›

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Weekly litigation report — June 17, 2017

Interior Secretary Zinke Recommends Bears Ears Reduction Indian River County School Board responds to public outcry, but continues to ignore First Amendment California Supreme Court protects private property Class Action … ›

Freedom of contract at stake in a Supreme Court trio

In January, the Supreme Court granted certiorari and consolidated three cases to decide whether the National Labor Relations Act, which protects workers’ rights to engage in “concerted activities” for their … ›

Supreme Court should affirm federal efforts to stop class action abuse

Readers of this blog are likely no stranger to class action lawsuit abuse.  Egregious examples abound. Congress responded to that abuse in 2005 by enacting the Class Action Fairness Act, … ›

President's weekly report — April 1, 2016

Supreme Court member apologizes  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg today issued an apology today on behalf of all Justices, living and dead, who ever espoused the notion of a “living constitution.” … ›

Searching for an answer: Google petitions the Supreme Court

Last week, the Supreme Court issued its narrow decision in Tyson v. Bouaphakeo, allowing class certification in a case dependent on statistical sampling to prove liability in limited circumstances. PLF’s … ›

Supreme Court offers little clarification regarding statistical sampling

The Supreme Court receives dozens of class action related cert petitions every Term, and today’s decision in Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo is unlikely to stem the tide. The case arose … ›

President's weekly report — March 18, 2016

Lawsuit filed against Fish & Wildlife Service over illegal regulations When Congress passed the Endangered Species Act it set out two categories of species: those that were endangered and which … ›

Should courts replace trials with formulas for sake of convenience?

In this Federalist Society video, I discuss the Supreme Court case Tyson Foods Inc. v. Bouaphakeo––which the Court will hear today. In that case, a group of plaintiffs sued Tyson … ›

Class actions v. due process

In a case that will be heard next term, the Supreme Court will have to decide the limits of class action litigation.  In our amicus brief brief, PLF urges the … ›

Weekly litigation report — June 17, 2017

Interior Secretary Zinke Recommends Bears Ears Reduction Indian River County School Board responds to public outcry, but continues to ignore First Amendment California Supreme Court protects private property Class Action … ›

Freedom of contract at stake in a Supreme Court trio

In January, the Supreme Court granted certiorari and consolidated three cases to decide whether the National Labor Relations Act, which protects workers’ rights to engage in “concerted activities” for their … ›

Supreme Court should affirm federal efforts to stop class action abuse

Readers of this blog are likely no stranger to class action lawsuit abuse.  Egregious examples abound. Congress responded to that abuse in 2005 by enacting the Class Action Fairness Act, … ›

President's weekly report — April 1, 2016

Supreme Court member apologizes  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg today issued an apology today on behalf of all Justices, living and dead, who ever espoused the notion of a “living constitution.” … ›

Searching for an answer: Google petitions the Supreme Court

Last week, the Supreme Court issued its narrow decision in Tyson v. Bouaphakeo, allowing class certification in a case dependent on statistical sampling to prove liability in limited circumstances. PLF’s … ›

Supreme Court offers little clarification regarding statistical sampling

The Supreme Court receives dozens of class action related cert petitions every Term, and today’s decision in Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo is unlikely to stem the tide. The case arose … ›

President's weekly report — March 18, 2016

Lawsuit filed against Fish & Wildlife Service over illegal regulations When Congress passed the Endangered Species Act it set out two categories of species: those that were endangered and which … ›

Should courts replace trials with formulas for sake of convenience?

In this Federalist Society video, I discuss the Supreme Court case Tyson Foods Inc. v. Bouaphakeo––which the Court will hear today. In that case, a group of plaintiffs sued Tyson … ›

Class actions v. due process

In a case that will be heard next term, the Supreme Court will have to decide the limits of class action litigation.  In our amicus brief brief, PLF urges the … ›